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Old 03-11-2014, 01:32 PM   #1
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I have a 2010 premium v6 mustang with the shaker sound system. I've been away at college for a couple of months and haven't been able to drive my car, its been just sitting in my garage. When i got back my battery was dead. Once i got it charged everything seemed to be working fine. Except when i press the aux or phone button nothing happens. Also when i use the usb port nothing happens, it doesn't even charge my phone. I'm guessing i need to reset a fuse but I'm not sure so if someone could help me it would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 03-11-2014, 02:23 PM   #2
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the SYNC module isn't talking, for some reason. try cycling the battery again (pull the negative terminal for like 5 minutes, then re-connect), give it a couple of minutes, then try again.
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I would try the above suggestion first. I know my battery on my vette was dead a couple weeks ago, so I charged the battery and still nothing, until I disconnected and reconnected. Weird.
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I would try the above suggestion first. I know my battery on my vette was dead a couple weeks ago, so I charged the battery and still nothing, until I disconnected and reconnected. Weird.
for the most part, electronics are spec'ed to work down to 9.6 volts, below which they should shut down. sometimes in a low-voltage situation (below 9.6, enough to present as a "dead" battery but not be completely flat) a module can flake out and require a complete battery cycle to come back.
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A battery tender will eliminate these problems!
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